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Nov 08, 2019
9:13AM

Ayodhya verdict: Mumbai Police commissioner appeals residents to maintain peace

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Police commissioner Sanjay Barve on Thursday appealed Mumbai residents to maintain peace and communal harmony in the city after the Ayodhya verdict.

Addressing a Muslim community gathering at Haj House in south Mumbai Barve said that all should take care of our city and its people after the verdict.

Police are always with you. He added that People should keep it in mind that jobs and businesses should not be affected and problems should no be created for the poor who have to work every day to meet their daily needs.

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